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Understand and apply the principles of supporting someone who is struggling.

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9:30AM - 12:30PM




Have you noticed people in your life who are struggling with their wellbeing, but feel unsure of how best to speak with them to support them? 

You don’t need to become a counsellor or psychologist to dispel these feelings of helplessness. However, it is important to understand the principles of holding a safe space with someone who is feeling vulnerable. How can we avoid inflicting psychological harm on the other, and beyond that, how can we communicate in a way that is uplifting and encouraging?

In this 3-hour hands-on workshop, learn key evidence-based approaches to hold supportive conversations with someone who is struggling*. Gain practical insights from the field of Positive Psychology on communication and coping, and learn skills that you can immediately apply in your daily life.

This workshop is suitable for anyone who wants to support the people in their lives, especially parents, leaders, friends, human resource managers, and those in

people-oriented professions.


* Please note that techniques from this workshop are meant for non-clinical situations only.

In this session, you will: 

  1. Understand the basis of a supportive conversation

  2. Learn positive and supportive communication techniques

  3. Practice applying your personal style of supportive conversation

Get certified and 

accelerate your growth

All our workshops will award you with a Certificate of Participation at the end of the course. 

With a certificate, you can: 

  1. Enhance your professional credibility

  2. Reward yourself for your commitment

  3. Get more networking opportunities

  4. Become a better mentor


Meet your trainer


Tara lives, loves and teaches the science and practice of positive psychology and wellbeing. A certified adult educator and well-being coach, Tara holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology and MSc in Positive Psychology. Her professional background spreads almost 20 years in Training and Development, Human Resources Management and as a Lecturer.


She is a passionate advocate for positive psychological health and uses scientific research to underpin all of her work.  As an educator, Tara brings the latest research to life in practical and experiential ways to support individuals and organisations to thrive.  She uses design thinking methodology, ensuring that all of her sessions are learner-centred and tailored to meet the unique needs of the participants.


She creates a safe and inspiring learning environment, where she encourages learners to challenge themselves, to critically examine the material, to synthesise ideas for their own context, and create new levels of understanding and growth.

Programme Leader, Positive Psychology Trainer & Practitioner

Perks of online events

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Upgrade yourself in the comfort of your own home


Interact directly with trainers and participants


Small, limited class size for maximum engagement


Learn new skills adaptable to both home and work

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Live Q&A Session with the trainer after the session


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